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Forest Escape

Forest Escape

We live in a world buzzing with over-run schedules and unchecked to-do lists, your home should offer you serenity and a peaceful escape from the noise. Designers of Jacobsen Arquitetura understand this! They merge modern designs with nature in all their projects and in this MH House, it’s not any different!

To integrate and experience of both leisure and socialization, the designers had to carefully consider all elements that would offer a sunny open area as well as privacy on the terrace.

“In every walk with nature one receives far more than” he seeks.

– John Muir

This architectural masterpiece captures the essence of life and reminds us that we were made for nature and nature for us. This perfect setting shows the importance to escape the busy flow of the day, escape and be one with serenity.

The natural light and airflow into each room, allowing the natural tones of the outside to settle into a continuous nature-inspired interior design.

It is not only the design which embodies the theme of nature, but also the material used to construct it.

The few finishing materials such as carbonized wood in the facades, sawed granites on the floors and natural wood in the linings were chosen due to its low maintenance. Therefore creating a palette of colors and textures coexisting with rustic and sophisticated imprints.

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THE CONTAINER HOUSE

THE CONTAINER HOUSE

Sometimes the simplest idea can make the biggest impression. Architect Marilia Pellegrini transformed two shipping containers into a modern and functional house.

The 60 square meter house was made from two 40 feet containers attached alongside to side and has a  living, kitchen, and laundry integrated, in addition to an en-suite with a comfortable bathroom.

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LOUIS VUITTON DOES L.A

THE LUIS VUITTON X EXHIBITION

Louis Vuitton has created an exhibition in Los Angeles that showcases its collaborations with leading artists over the past 160 years, complete with custom bags and a tropical pop-up shop

The pieces are displayed in 10 seriously vibrantly coloured rooms. Some of the exhibition spaces are dark black with colourful glowing light designs, while others resemble crisp white galleries or museums with glass-fronted displays.

Some highlights at the exhibit include a collection of early twentieth-century special-order Louis Vuitton trunks, art deco perfume bottles, and window displays designed by Louis Vuitton’s grandson, Gaston-Louis.

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MID CENTURY MODERN GLAM

MID CENTURY MODERN GLAM

It’s been the home of Hugh Hefner and Roger Moore amongst others and dates back to 1964. Now it’s the weekend home of Martyn Lawrence- Bullard, Hollywood’s interior designer to the stars. Leave your inhibitions at the door and step inside this ultimate Palm Springs Modernist paradise: Villa Grigio.

All photo credits Martyn Lawrence Bullard

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